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To Be, or Left of Bee

5.9, Trad, TR, 50 ft,  Avg: 3 from 1 vote
FA: Frank Harvey
Tennessee > Black Mountain


Crack starts thin, then gets bigger further up with some tricky placements.

Great rest in the middle in a hueco.


Walking into the first area from the parking lot past the old homesteads, walk past a few boulders until you see the larger overhanging blocks. Turn left, walk past the white face which is Lichen or Not, and a corner. Past the corner you will see To Be, or Left of Bee on the next section of face. The leftmost of two parallel cracks. An obvious hueco midway up.


Standard rack, or toprope. There are no anchors so be prepared to create an anchor, and if you make a top rope anchor you might need long lengths of static line or tube webbing.

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